This 14-inch, brushed aluminium bad-boy has some serious spec on board. As standard, the laptop comes with 6GB of RAM and a Core i3 processor. It has a 1366 x 768 display and a rather generous 640GB of space on your hard drive too. HP claims that the laptop has up to seven hours of battery life, but with all the added extras on display, I very much doubt this is true.
Being a Beats Edition laptop, you can expect some crazy audio enhancements too. The Red Beats logo means you’ve got a special experience waiting for you, and it’s not just coming from that onboard subwoofer! You get a visual experience to match. The optional backlit keyboard glows red and you’ll find a Beats wallpaper pre-installed.
If you decide to invest in a HP X7000 touch mouse, to go with it, you’ll be able to connect it to your laptop wirelessly, which according to HP will increases the life of your battery exponentially.
You’d have to be really into the new Beats brand to choose this over the stand HP Pavilion dm4 though. By choosing this model you are sacrificing a Core i5 processor, 8GB of RAM and the 750GB of hard drive space that appears on the standard model.